Technorati, the world's first blog search engine, just unveiled Twittorati - a site where the top 100 bloggers' tweets are featured and analyzed. The service allows users to view the links most tweeted as well as displays Technorati's original concept of showcasing the Internet's top trafficked blogs and content from its contributors. One interesting component of the site is the fact that users can view the pictures shared by today's Twitter and blogging elite.
While the community's words may be articulate and cohesive, the world's top rated bloggers prove themselves to be a fairly average bunch of human beings. You'll notice the majority of the photographs feature blurry crowds at networking events, office furniture and gooey plates of food.
With a catchphrase like, "Where the Blogosphere and Twittersphere meet" it will be interesting to see which sphere will hype the service more. Some of the featured bloggerati include ReadWriteWeb's Richard MacManus, Huffington Post Editor Arianna Huffington and Zen Habits founder Leo Babauta.
Like any good Twitter-related service, Twittorati also has its own Twitter account with a feed to the site's hottest trending topics. We'll be watching closely to see how the site's trend results differ from those displayed on Twitter's newly redesigned landing page.